For First Time In 20 Years, Under 10 TX Executions This Year

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For the first time in 20 years, the number of Texas executions will fall out of double digits this year, the Texas Tribune reports. The seven men put to death this year are the fewest since 1996, when executions halted amid legal challenges to a new state law intended to hasten the death penalty appeals process, says the . . .

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